Laureato Ceramics

81010-32-631-FK6A

Brand  : Girard-Perregaux
Collection  : Laureato
Model  : Laureato Ceramics
Reference  : 81010-32-631-FK6A
Complement : Black Ceramic - Black Rubber Strap
On sale : 2018

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  • Brand  : Girard-Perregaux
    Collection  : Laureato
    Model  : Laureato Ceramics
    Reference  : 81010-32-631-FK6A
    Complement : Black Ceramic - Black Rubber Strap
    On sale : 2018
    List Price : On request
    Diameter : 42 mm
    Thickness : 10.93 mm
    Styles : Sporty
    Types : Self-winding
    Calibre : GP01800-0025
    Calibre distinction : Côtes de Genève
    Circular Graining
    Complication : Hours
    Minutes
    Case material : Ceramic
    Case peculiarity : Sapphire caseback
    Shape : Octagonal
    Water-resistance : 100 meters
    Dial : Clou de Paris
    Dial color : Black
    Display : Luminescent hands
    Indexes : Baton-type
    Luminescent
    Glass : Sapphire
    Antireflective coating
    Strap material : Rubber
    Black ceramic
    Strap color : Black
    Strap clasp : Folding buckle
    + More characteristics :
    Movement
    Reference: GP01800-0025, mechanical self-winding
    Diameter: 30.00 mm (13’’’)
    Thickness: 3.97 mm
    Frequency: 28,800 vph. (4 Hz)
    Number of components: 191
    Jewels: 28
    Power reserve: 54 hours
    Functions: hours, minutes, centre seconds, date

    Case
    Material: black ceramic Caseback: smoky sapphire

    Dial
    Dial: black with “Clou de Paris” hobnail motif
    Hands: baton-type, enhanced with luminescent material

    Bracelet/Buckles
    Black rubber
    Black ceramic triple-blade folding clasp

DESCRIPTION

  • The new ceramic-clad Laureato

    For the first time in its history, the Laureato is welcoming a new version entirely clothed in black ceramic, the Laureato 42 mm Ceramic. Girard-Perregaux is thereby introducing its emblematic model to the rich world of this material. Thus attired, the iconic Girard-Perregaux casual chic watch takes a walk on the dark side, but only to further enhance its charisma and its strong presence. In donning a ceramic mantle in the darkest shade of all, the Laureato once again displays the strength and relevance of its design, capable of multiple mutations through time in terms of both size and materials.

    Presence

    The Laureato has a personality all its own. Its genetic code drives evolutions in various details of its appearance, while never distorting its essence. The Laureato is defined by a polished octagonal bezel fitted on an integrated case, meaning with no lugs or loops. The use of ceramic further accentuates its ergonomic qualities. This noble technical material is at once light, virtually scratchproof and extremely well tolerated by the skin. As a horological icon, Laureato continues playing with contemporary codes. This architectural watch adopts this new material like a natural extension of its nature. It absorbs the structural and ergonomic benefits of ceramic and applies them to the service of wearer comfort. The absolute fashion colour and a must-have for professional watches, black suits the Laureato as if were born that way… But it is also entirely at ease clothed in white ceramic. 

    Light

    In their all-black versions, the Laureato models are given the same finishing as the models in steel or in gold, alternating between polished and satin-brushed surfaces. The new Laureato Ceramic is thus not uniformly dark. It continues to play with light thanks to its varying textures, including that of its Clou de Paris hobnail-patterned dial. This mastery of lighting continues through to the movement of the exceptional Laureato Skeleton Ceramic iteration. Its entirely skeletonised self-winding calibre is airy yet perfectly robust. It draws its strength from its transparency, which is reinforced by the rotor of the Laureato Skeleton Ceramic. Carved from a block of 18K pink gold, it has been meticulously openworked like the rest of the movement. This component that normally covers what lies beneath it thus allows light to pour through the watch, like a stained glass window. The curves of this skeleton movement are decorated with chamfering that accentuates their edges, hand-crafted by the qualified artisans of the Manufacture Girard-Perregaux. The remaining surface of the movement is given a black PVD treatment matching the colour of the case and bracelet. It sets the perfect finishing touch to the play on contrasts that enlivens the Laureato Skeleton Ceramic.

    Contrasts

    This choice of contrast, by which various gold accents reinforce the visual depth of black, has been applied to the cases, since the Laureato 42 mm Ceramic now comes in a new interpretation with a polished pink gold bezel and crown. This colour is further picked up on the dial whose attributes (hands, hour-markers and GP logo) also feature this glowing colour. The Laureato 38 mm goes even further. It is introduced in a White version with a pristine white ceramic case and bracelet. In the Laureato 38 mm White Ceramic model, steel further heightens the shimmering glow playing across the crown, hour-markers, hands and octagonal bezel. The latter also sparkles with 56 brilliant-cut diamonds, of which the respective sizes reflect each variation in the thickness of this radiant component. In this white and steel version, the Laureato 38 mm Ceramic reverses the colour effect, thus creating even more spectacular visual effects.

    Charisma

    In their black livery, as well as in sparkling white, the Laureato 42 mm Ceramic, Laureato 38 mm Ceramic, Laureato 38 mm White Ceramic and Laureato Skeleton Ceramic explore whole new fields of expression. More understated or more technical depending on the interpretations, they draw upon the infinite possibilities afforded by ceramic. Girard-Perregaux thus provides a reminder that sporting chic is not merely an expression or an empty phrase. The Laureato is a sports watch and a chic watch in equal measure. This versatile and enduring horological work of art is a true icon.

  • The new ceramic-clad Laureato

    For the first time in its history, the Laureato is welcoming a new version entirely clothed in black ceramic, the Laureato 42 mm Ceramic. Girard-Perregaux is thereby introducing its emblematic model to the rich world of this material. Thus attired, the iconic Girard-Perregaux casual chic watch takes a walk on the dark side, but only to further enhance its charisma and its strong presence. In donning a ceramic mantle in the darkest shade of all, the Laureato once again displays the strength and relevance of its design, capable of multiple mutations through time in terms of both size and materials.

    Presence

    The Laureato has a personality all its own. Its genetic code drives evolutions in various details of its appearance, while never distorting its essence. The Laureato is defined by a polished octagonal bezel fitted on an integrated case, meaning with no lugs or loops. The use of ceramic further accentuates its ergonomic qualities. This noble technical material is at once light, virtually scratchproof and extremely well tolerated by the skin. As a horological icon, Laureato continues playing with contemporary codes. This architectural watch adopts this new material like a natural extension of its nature. It absorbs the structural and ergonomic benefits of ceramic and applies them to the service of wearer comfort. The absolute fashion colour and a must-have for professional watches, black suits the Laureato as if were born that way… But it is also entirely at ease clothed in white ceramic. 

    Light

    In their all-black versions, the Laureato models are given the same finishing as the models in steel or in gold, alternating between polished and satin-brushed surfaces. The new Laureato Ceramic is thus not uniformly dark. It continues to play with light thanks to its varying textures, including that of its Clou de Paris hobnail-patterned dial. This mastery of lighting continues through to the movement of the exceptional Laureato Skeleton Ceramic iteration. Its entirely skeletonised self-winding calibre is airy yet perfectly robust. It draws its strength from its transparency, which is reinforced by the rotor of the Laureato Skeleton Ceramic. Carved from a block of 18K pink gold, it has been meticulously openworked like the rest of the movement. This component that normally covers what lies beneath it thus allows light to pour through the watch, like a stained glass window. The curves of this skeleton movement are decorated with chamfering that accentuates their edges, hand-crafted by the qualified artisans of the Manufacture Girard-Perregaux. The remaining surface of the movement is given a black PVD treatment matching the colour of the case and bracelet. It sets the perfect finishing touch to the play on contrasts that enlivens the Laureato Skeleton Ceramic.

    Contrasts

    This choice of contrast, by which various gold accents reinforce the visual depth of black, has been applied to the cases, since the Laureato 42 mm Ceramic now comes in a new interpretation with a polished pink gold bezel and crown. This colour is further picked up on the dial whose attributes (hands, hour-markers and GP logo) also feature this glowing colour. The Laureato 38 mm goes even further. It is introduced in a White version with a pristine white ceramic case and bracelet. In the Laureato 38 mm White Ceramic model, steel further heightens the shimmering glow playing across the crown, hour-markers, hands and octagonal bezel. The latter also sparkles with 56 brilliant-cut diamonds, of which the respective sizes reflect each variation in the thickness of this radiant component. In this white and steel version, the Laureato 38 mm Ceramic reverses the colour effect, thus creating even more spectacular visual effects.

    Charisma

    In their black livery, as well as in sparkling white, the Laureato 42 mm Ceramic, Laureato 38 mm Ceramic, Laureato 38 mm White Ceramic and Laureato Skeleton Ceramic explore whole new fields of expression. More understated or more technical depending on the interpretations, they draw upon the infinite possibilities afforded by ceramic. Girard-Perregaux thus provides a reminder that sporting chic is not merely an expression or an empty phrase. The Laureato is a sports watch and a chic watch in equal measure. This versatile and enduring horological work of art is a true icon.

  • Brand  : Girard-Perregaux
    Collection  : Laureato
    Model  : Laureato Ceramics
    Reference  : 81010-32-631-FK6A
    Complement : Black Ceramic - Black Rubber Strap
    On sale : 2018
    List Price : On request
    Diameter : 42 mm
    Thickness : 10.93 mm
    Styles : Sporty
    Types : Self-winding
    Calibre : GP01800-0025
    Calibre distinction : Côtes de Genève
    Circular Graining
    Complication : Hours
    Minutes
    Case material : Ceramic
    Case peculiarity : Sapphire caseback
    Shape : Octagonal
    Water-resistance : 100 meters
    Dial : Clou de Paris
    Dial color : Black
    Display : Luminescent hands
    Indexes : Baton-type
    Luminescent
    Glass : Sapphire
    Antireflective coating
    Strap material : Rubber
    Black ceramic
    Strap color : Black
    Strap clasp : Folding buckle
    More characteristics :
    Movement
    Reference: GP01800-0025, mechanical self-winding
    Diameter: 30.00 mm (13’’’)
    Thickness: 3.97 mm
    Frequency: 28,800 vph. (4 Hz)
    Number of components: 191
    Jewels: 28
    Power reserve: 54 hours
    Functions: hours, minutes, centre seconds, date

    Case
    Material: black ceramic Caseback: smoky sapphire

    Dial
    Dial: black with “Clou de Paris” hobnail motif
    Hands: baton-type, enhanced with luminescent material

    Bracelet/Buckles
    Black rubber
    Black ceramic triple-blade folding clasp